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    Replied to the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Looking at the photo of your 8 reactors, I see that there is no radiation shielding between them.

    It may be interesting to look at your gamma data to see if gammas from one are also detected by others. For instance, if you start seeing lots of lovely…
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    (Quote from magicsound)

    Your box with the screen looks like it should do a good job of attenuating the effects of external electrostatic fields and EMI although it would be very difficult to put error bounds on whatever effect remains.


    But there is…
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    Thank you very much for your hard work!
    It is very appreciated and look to be promising. I will try to get the easiest and cheapest setup to detect the particles above any doubt. I think that this is the key thing in this experiment.
    I really have no…
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    No one has commented on my previous posts about electrostatic fields, so here goes one more try.

    I readily admit that am no expert on radiation measurements, but have seen plenty of examples of lab measurements where the instrument effect on the…
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    Try connecting the foils to earth ground and re-measuring. Depending on the shielding of your pancake detector, an external charge on the plate (or paper) could elevate the counts.
  • Robert Horst

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    (Quote from RussGeorge)

    Yes, I agree it it hopeless to get any group of people to stay on topic, but my solution is just a simple matter of programming. Let the moderators or the group flag the on-topic posts, then have the software create another…
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    This thread is one of the most interesting on the forum. I read it to find out about new developments in the ongoing experiments as well as comments related to the theory/analysis/improvement/critiques of the experiments.


    However, like most threads,…
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    Liked RussGeorge’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Jurg is perfectly correct in his admonition to me about showing and sharing my excitment. It is often unproductive as onlookers parse and impose their definition and thier use of every word and forget to try to imagine meaning. In my experience of many…
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    (Quote from JohnyFive)


    There is another possible explanation that you should try to rule out. Geiger counters are sensitive to electrostatic fields. Here is a report of someone who discovered that the static charge on plastic bags was enough to…
  • Robert Horst

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    US Patent applications are normally published 18 months after they are filed, but there are some exceptions. Patents can be filed with a non-publication request, and some patents can be subject to secrecy restrictions.


    Normally, 18 months is not long…
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    (Quote from JohnyFive)

    I have been unable to find a manual or specs on the 44-103, but here is a link to the 44-88:

    https://ludlums.com/images/pro…als/M44-88_&_M44-88-1.pdf

    This one has a 79% open beryllium copper screen. If the 103 is similar, the…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Here is a description of the electrolysis experiments from this Menlove paper:

    In addition to the gas phase experiments, we have run four experiments using Jones-type(3~ cells and electrolytes. Each of the experiments had six D20
  • Convincing an investor requires much more than convincing a scientist they send to evaluate it. They could get enthusiastic approval from the scientist but still decide it is not a viable business. They need to be convinced that they will make 10X…
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    It would be really interesting to see what you get when you put the activated foam or paper sheet into a cloud chamber.

    Here is a simple DIY cloud chamber using alcohol and dry ice: https://www.thoughtco.com/how-…e-a-cloud-chamber-4153805 With an…
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    https://www.livescience.com/63…ays-to-bottom-quarks.html

    "Today, physicists have another exciting announcement to add to the Higgs saga: They have made the first unambiguous observation of Higgs bosons decaying into a matter-antimatter pair of bottom…
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    Here is likely the simplest way how to make working cell with what you can "find" at home. If done similarly it will just work.

    Titanium flake, Nickel wires, Lithium, D2O, jar and 4 - 5V DC power supply. That is all what you need.


    WARNING: This cell…
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    If you want to see most of the LENR issued and pending patents, they are listed under these two classifications:

    G21B3/002 Fusion by absorption in a matrix

    G21B3/00 Low temperature nuclear fusion reactors, e.g. alleged cold fusion reactors